Removing Eye Makeup - Video

 

Summary: Some people don't know whether or not to remove eye makeup. Here are a few facts to help you in that decision.

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Removing your eye makeup is commonsense for some and may be a habit to be developed for others, but regardless of where you are you can always use a quick little reminding of how and why to remove eye makeup.

The first rule of wearing makeup is to take it off daily, especially your eye makeup. If you don't, it could result in lines, wrinkles, and spots on your face in upcoming years. Always take off your eye makeup.

When you remove your eye makeup, don't just use water. Buy an eye-makeup remover and use that every time you take it off. Don't choose a remover that is oily. That way you don't clog your pores or make more of a mess when removing your eye makeup. Use cotton balls or tissues to rub off the makeup.

Removing eye makeup isn't hard and should be done every time you wear eye makeup.

For a longer tip related to this subject, see Removing Eye Makeup

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